Columnists
Left in Love | Left in Love launched one year ago, on February 14, 2014. Meghan Murphy contacted some past daters to see what they felt about their dates and to find out how our matchmaking skills panned out.
Columnists
Left in Love | Autumn and Fabian share everything from an interest in community gardening to crystals to dessert. Will their common interests kindle a spark? Find out in the latest Left in Love!
Podcast
David Swanson | Dating coach Deanna Cobden discusses having sex on the first date, benefits and drawbacks of online dating, and why love seems to be so elusive for so many people.
Podcast
The Swan Song
David Swanson | Dating coach Deanna Cobden speaks about finding that special someone.
Columnists
Left in Love | Sam and Roz share their passion for creative expression and the arts in this month's Left in Love -- but will this kindle a radical spark? Find out on our latest lefty date!
Columnists
Left in Love | They may vote for different mayors, but can municipal gossip unite Cass and Selina? Find out in this month's radical love match, as Left in Love delves into civic politics!
Columnists
Left in Love | How will Angus and Maddy express their opposition to Harper? Get the scoop as we join our next couple on their search for progressive love, in this month's Left in Love column.
Columnists
Left in Love | How will Priscilla and Angus tackle white male privilege on their radical date? Find out as we follow our next couple on their quest for progressive love, in the latest installment of Left in Love!
Blog
rabble staff | Looking for progressive love? Let rabble send you on a date! All you have to do is fill out an application form and rabble will set you up.
Columnists
Left in Love | This Valentine's Day, we're launching Left in Love, a dating column for progressive daters who give a damn! Follow our first couple in their quest for radical love.
Blog
Laura Brightwell | In her second post for rabble.ca, Laura Brightwell returns to her most controversial post on Diary of a Lipstick Terrorist; why she chose to be single for two years and her community's response.
Book Review
What You Really Really Want: The Smart Girl's Shame-Free Guide to Sex and Safety
Joanna Chiu | What You Really Really Want is a desperately needed antidote to the slew of toxic sewage in the form of "sex and relationship advice" targeted at girls and women.